Hoboken Week in Review 4/4/2010
Ah yes, comfortable weather, baseball season, and outdoor seating in Hoboken – all signs that Spring is here to stay!
What made the most noteworthy entries for the week ending Sunday, April 4, 2010?
- HIGH WATERS!
It’s quite possible that the flooding problem will NEVER go away in Hoboken, despite what politicians promise in exchange for your votes!
Even the experts say this pump being installed downtown will be ineffective.
Residential parking permits are now enforced, more than a quarter of the way through the calendar year!
The annual Hoboken Spring Arts & Music Festival will take place on Sunday, May 2nd, 2010.
You can now eat on the sidewalks of the Mile Square.
Antsy residents desperate for open space to exercise on, break the law to squeeze in some time to play ball.
New NJ Law goes into effect for intersection driving and walking. More ways to extract hard earned money out of your pocket.
No matter how you slice it – no tax break was provided to Hoboken residents.
- DRIVE NO-WAY!
One resident is a bit miffed he gets a ticket for nothing.
A Hoboken411 reader asks: “Where is the best place to buy fresh fish in Hoboken?”
More exclusive Hoboken business updates for you this week!
- Wicked Wolf Tavern: The last piece of the Hoboken Waterfront Restaurant Puzzle is in place! Coming in June 2010!
- Cinnamon Snail: See what the owner of Hoboken’s only Vegan Food Truck has to say about his products!
- O’Donoghue’s: A Hoboken establishment for 25 years calls it quits!
- Park & Sixth: Gets a shout-out in the NY Post!
To see what’s happening this week, check out the Hoboken411 event calendar!
Inspirational Quote of the Week:
“For every beauty there is an eye somewhere to see it. For every truth there is an ear somewhere to hear it. For every love there is a heart somewhere to receive it.”– Ivan Panin